Register Now for A Virtual Whodunnit!
SELF HELP BY NORM FOSTER
Cindy and Hal Savage (former second-rate actors) have built an empire peddling questionable advice about love, sex, romance, and success. With nowhere to go but down, the ambitious couple will go to any lengths to protect their fame, fortune, and reputation. But now there's a stiff in the study, a reporter looking for dirt in the hall and a maid with Irish attitude cooking up pots of creamed corn in the kitchen. What's a pair of flawed self-help gurus to do?
More details to come.
A Virtual Whodunnit!
April 8,9,10 at 7:30PM
Matinee April 11 at 2pm
Preston Sterling is hosting a Zoom meeting with his children, third wife and closest staff to celebrate his birthday. The bitter old billionaire is bullying everyone once again and threatening to change his will when—ZZZZZT! Sterling is electrocuted through his phone. Enter Sloan, Rockford Sloan, homicide detective. Through a series of Zoom conferences, Sloan questions the usual suspects, all of whom had a motive.
You choose the ending for this character filled Murder Mystery! This production will be an online Zoom presentation running from April 8 - 11, 2021.
Click the appropriate link below to register - please login 10 minutes prior to the start time. There is no cost to register but we would welcome a donation to our chosen charity The Heart and Stroke Foundation.
Work from Home Blues - Double Feature
Working from home - this has become a fact of life for many of us with both ups and downs. For our next virtual offering, ITR is presenting two plays which provide a hilarious peek at the challenges of doing your usual job under unusual circumstances. In “Dr. Melissa’s Online Neurosurgery Class” by Clinton Festa, our brave professor endeavours to teach her students brain surgery from the comforts of her kitchen island. In “The Rooftop Guy” by local playwright John Cook, two office workers find they are not only losing their connection with their colleagues but also, perhaps, their grip on reality - with some unexpected results.